• It's in the media : first uterus transplant has been planned in the United States.

    Find out more about uterine transplant  in WONDER WOMBS, a 52' investigation about the scientific undertaking which has ignited hope among women who were born without a uterus, or who lost their wombs to cancer or an accident. 

    Read more about uterus transplant in the New York Times here .

  • BORSALINO CITY, the long-feature version (79 minutes) of BORSALINO, A HAT IN HOLLYWOOD (52 minutes) has been selected at the Torino Film Festival (TFF)!

    The film directed by Enrica Viola has been selected by the Torino Film Festival, celebrating htis year its 33rd edition. Find out more about the festival here.

  • HOW CHAPLIN BECAME THE TRAMP (52' - HD - 2013) has been selected by the Export Awards (Documentary section) organized by TV France International (TVFI)!

    We are very proud and share the exciting news with the Producer LOBSTER FILMS.

    The French TV Export Award celebrates its 10th anniversary this year... and Arte Sales has been awarded 3 times!

    See you on December 14th for the results of the votes...and if you've been invited by TVFI to vote, you know what do do! 

  • Korean families torn by war 6 decades ago rejoice in reunions.

    Time to view or view again: DIVIDED KOREA (2x55' - HD - 2013)

    Source: Reuters

    View the film 

  • LICENSE TO KRILL wins award in Jackson Hole!

    David Sington's film, produced by Les Films à Cinq and Arte France won Best Science and Nature Program at Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival (JHWFF).

    The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival, (JHWFF) the premier event of the nature and conservation genre, has announced the winners of its 13th biennial Festival. Winners were unveiled at the Grand Teton Awards Gala on Thursday, October 1st, 2015. The awards celebration concludes the five-day industry conference that draws leading filmmakers, organizations, scientists, broadcasters, and visionaries engaged in conservation and wildlife media to Jackson Hole. Submissions in the prestigious competition included a record 1,000 category entries competing for 23 special awards.